Compare the Honda Passport vs. The Competition

Discover what Makes the New Honda Passport Stand Out Next to the SUV Competition

When it debuted in 2019 after a lengthy hiatus, the new Honda Passport introduced its third generation, giving drivers throughout Florida, and across the country, a stylish, five-passenger design that's well-equipped and comfortable. At Southeastern Honda, where we specialize in helping our customers from Vero Beach to Melbourne, FL shop for and take home the latest Honda models, this eye-catching model is one of our most popular options, and we're excited to help you get to know it better today.

While the Honda Passport would make a great accompaniment to any Sebastian, FL adventure, we know that it's not the only SUV in its class that's competing for your attention. To help you understand why we believe it should be at the top of your must-test-drive list, we've highlighted it next to three competing models for you here. Read on to discover several key reasons why you should visit our Palm Bay dealership for a test drive today.

Honda Passport vs. Toyota RAV4

  • Equipped with a nice 3.5-liter V6 engine standard, every new Honda Passport produces 280 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque. Comparatively, power for the similarly sized Toyota RAV4 comes from a four-cylinder engine that produces only 203 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque.
  • Whether you have a small boat or a popup camper that you want to take with you when you leave your Cocoa, FL home on the weekends, the Honda Passport has a useful and accommodating maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds. Not only does this come in handy when you need it most, but it's also higher than the RAV4 capacity, which tops out at around 3,500 pounds.
  • Suitcases or golf clubs, the Honda Passport also has more interior cargo space for your gear than the Toyota RAV4. Look for more than 41 cubic feet of storage space available behind the backseat of the Honda Passport, and just around 37 cubic feet of available space in the RAV4.
 

Honda Passport vs. Nissan Rogue

  • Once again, when it comes to transporting the cargo that's important to you, the Honda Passport easily defeats the competition and offers more valuable space. With 41.2 cubic feet of space available in the Honda, you have more room for your stuff than in the Nissan Rogue, which has just 31 cubic feet of space available.
  • The Nissan Rogue gets its power from a standard, 201-horsepower, turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 225 pound-feet of torque, which means it can't compete with the impressive level of power and performance from the Honda Passport. As with the previous comparison, the Honda Passport, with a standard V6 engine and 280 horsepower, is the more-powerful option among these two SUVs.
  • Whether you live on dirt road or you like to take your SUV off the beaten path, the Honda Passport has a specific trim level that can help make any adventure easier and more fun. The Honda Passport TrailSport is a special, mid-level trim option that gives you standard all-wheel drive, a 115-volt power outlet, 18-inch alloy wheels with a more aggressive tire tread, and more. The Nissan Rogue, on the other hand, doesn't have any rugged trim levels available in its lineup, which means taking it off the paved highway is a little harder and less comfortable.

Honda Passport vs. Hyundai Santa Fe

  • If it seems as if there's a pattern of the Honda Passport coming out ahead of the competition in terms of power and performance, that's because there is. Once again, looking at our SUV next to the competing and similar Hyundai Santa Fe, the Honda Passport exceeds expectations in terms of output and power. Where the Santa Fe delivers a standard 191 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque from its base four-cylinder engine, the Honda Passport gets a standard V6 with 280 horsepower.
  • More power means greater utility for the Honda Passport as well, which has a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds, compared to the Santa Fe, which tops out at 3,500 pounds.
  • Cargo space and power are nice, but for an SUV to be suitable for your family drives, it has to have the latest safety features as well. Honda understands this, and they equip this model with a range of advanced safety features, more so than the Hyundai Santa Fe. Some of the amenities that are standard with the Honda, and not the Hyundai, include parking sensors and blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert.

Your New Honda SUV Awaits in Palm Bay

The best way to understand what makes Honda engineering better for your commute, is a test drive. Contact us soon to arrange your appointment to experience the Honda Passport in person. We look forward to working with you and to helping you get the SUV you need.

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    Palm Bay, FL 32905

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